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Re: Brisket Injection Question

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Posted by Podge on March 09, 2011 at 18:24:09:

In Reply to: Re: Brisket Injection Question posted by Salmon on March 09, 2011 at 18:18:35:

I totally agree !!.. I think soy sauce has its place in asian cooking but not in BBQ.. but not too long ago, I made beef tips and noodles at home, and the recipe called for equal parts soy sauce and worsty. I thought it would be ruined, but since I was drinking, I went ahead and followed the directions. :).. It smelled funky as all get out when i poured it in there!!.. but after a couple hours of simmering in the meat, there was a great beefy smell and taste. Made some of the best beef tips and noodles I've ever had, and both Soy and worsty molded into something else entirely.. So, any more when I see Soy sauce in a recipe, with a long cook time, I won't be quick to ignore it like i used to.

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